This series by Brooklyn-based photographer Henry Hargreaves showcases a collection of jewelry that is captured by a scanner instead of a camera. The model Talita from RED Model Management is photographed from the neck up wearing a variety of embellished necklaces, rings and earrings. Hargreaves has carefully placed each item of jewelry so that its color and shape is captured in the photos while aligning with the model's position.
150 scanned photos were taken before the project was completed, and the model was required to place her face on the scanner for 20-30 seconds for each photo. This project relied on timing, the model's patience and precision of item placement to reach its finished stage. This photo shoot by Henry Hargreaves is an interesting take on photography, and looks at it from a new perspective.
Photo Credits: designboom, henryhargreaves
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